If Bill Gates, Tony Robbins, Grant Cardone, and Richard Branson were to visit you when you were 10 years old, take you to the nearest library, and tell you: "Read every book in this building, apply what you learn, and we GUARANTEE you can have anything you desire in this world", would you do it? It's pretty simple. Just read 10,000 books and take action with the obtained knowledge. Then, all your dreams can come true. It's crazy, but I think most people would refuse to do i
Mike Fallat and 4 other speakers were a part of the Motivation Unleased Seminar at Eastern Gateway Community College in Ohio. Each speaker told their story about finding clarity. Mike talked about his entrepreneurial journey and the realization that the happiest, most successful people he interviewed via The American Entrepreneur Series were able to answer 3 specific questions very easily. Those 3 questions are: 1) Who are you? 2) What is your vehicle (in life)? 3) How do yo
The DreamStarters University Book Club Book of the Week is Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal. Since he is going to be the 45th President of the United States, I feel it is just perfect to read this week. Mike Fallat asks you the question of the day: Are you playing to win or are your playing not to lose? There is a big difference. I highly recommend reading, learning, and growing with us. Join the book club HERE The Art of the Deal: President-elect Donald J. Trump lays out
CALLING ALL ENTREPRENEURS!!!! I am setting up times next week to interview entrepreneurs who started businesses in America via skype or facetime (and recording it). I will be asking what got them into entrepreneurship, what makes them successful, and a little about their business. Do you have any interest in a 10 minute interview? The video series is titled "The American Entrepreneur". Its all about entrepreneurs, their ups, downs, and whys. I want to provide value to potenti
A beautiful saying I've heard throughout my life is "Never trust a man who doesn't have a dark side". I believe in it, but not for the reasons you might think. You see, I grew up watching tons of movies and listening to all genres of music. It seems the songs and movies that connect with people are the ones that are about struggle and hard times. I'm guessing it's because most people can relate to some type of struggle in his/her life. And when you think about, what would an
I might be in the minority here, but I'm a guy that doesn’t want to know the future. To see how it all ends would simply take too much fun and surprise out of the road ahead. Think about the days of riding La Cachot at Kennywood in your childhood. The expectation to be surprised is what drew you to wait in that 40-minute line, right? The way I see it, if the ride was soft and predictable then it simply wouldn’t be worth my time. Starting a business is not much different.